The symbolism of the colour black creeps in in act 3. Othello comments that âHer name that was as fresh as Dianâs Visage, is now begrimed and black as mine own faceâ. It is Othello himself this time suggesting that the colour black is evil. Most importantly, near the end of the scene, line 445, Othello summons his rage by saying: âArise, black vengeance, from thy hollow cellâ This creates an image of Othello unleashing his inner black self that he has hidden under the facade of his nobility...
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Because of the comments on the inferiority, and devil-like nature of the colour black through out the play, Othello may feel inferior, and not think himself worthy of Desdemona, thus he is more easily persuaded by Iago.
Part of what is wrong with Othello is the society he lives in. This society places a great emphasis on eloquent speech...